I’ve always considered myself a clean and tidy person. Clean as in I scrub every inch of my house frequently, and tidy as in I regularly organize my space. To be honest, I’ve never been the kind of person who had to say to a guest, “yeah it’s a bit messy right now…”. However, even… Continue reading Thank you, for sparking joy.
Breadcrumbs is one of those pantry items that seems cheap, but really isn’t. A can of breadcrumbs typically costs from $1-3, which doesn’t seem that bad. But what if I can tell you that you can make the same amount for only pennies? Man, Progresso is really rolling in the dough (haha). The breadcrumbs will… Continue reading Homemade Breadcrumbs
I was watching Friends the other day, and in the episode, Monica had just broken up with Richard. With her apartment taken over by the hoard of fresh berries and fruit, she said, “I’m sick and tired of being depressed about Richard. I needed a plan. A plan to get over my man! And what’s the… Continue reading 3-Ingredient Strawberry Jam
I’m so, so, so excited to write this post. I’ve gone about 7 months of no-poo, and my hair has never been fuller, healthier, and shinier. No-poo is the practice of washing your hair without commercial shampoo. It runs the spectrum from using only water (purest form of no-poo) to someone like me who uses… Continue reading Sustainable Hair Care
I used to think my skin type was combination to oily. No matter how many oil-free formulas I tried, my face would end up looking like a oily, hot mess at the end of the day. Super attractive, right? When I read about facial oils and how it could be the perfect zero waste alternative… Continue reading Facial Oils
If you are reading this post, you probably are interested in reducing your waste. Today, I want to share with you my zero waste essentials. These are my “can’t leave the house without” items. Most of these items you can already find in your house. You’ll start to notice that once you arm yourself with… Continue reading Zero Waste Essentials
One of the easiest zero waste switches you can make is in the bathroom. Toothpaste tubes and toothbrushes are some of the least recycled items today, and they typically end up in the landfill. Although if you are currently using plastic toothbrush or toothpaste tubes, you can use TerraCycle‘s oral care recycling program if you are… Continue reading Zero Waste Oral Care